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C MICHAEL FORDIS JR

TitleDirector
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentCenter for Collaborative and Interactive Technology
DivisionCenter for Collaborative and Int Te
AddressOne Baylor Plaza
Houston TX 77030
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    Other Positions
    TitleSenior Associate Dean
    InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
    DepartmentOffice of Continuing Medical Education
    DivisionContinuing Medical Education

    TitleAssociate Professor
    InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
    DepartmentDepartment of Pediatrics
    DivisionPediatrics-Administration

    TitleAssociate Professor
    InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
    DepartmentCenter for Collaborative and Interactive Technology
    DivisionCenter for Collaborative and Int Te


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    2005ACME WillIam Campbelll Felch/Wyeth Award for Research in CME, Alliance for Continuing Medical Education
    2004SACME Service Recognition Award, Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education
    2004ACME President's Award for Exemplary Service in CME, Alliance for Continuing Medicall Education
    2003SACME Fox Award for the Outstanding Research Presentation, Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education
    1997HHMI Award for Leadership in Science Education, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
    1996NIH Director's Group Award, National Instiutes of Health
    1993DHHS Secretary's Award for Exceptional Achievement, Department of Health and Human Services

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    Michael Fordis, MD is the founding director of the Center for Collaborative and Interactive Technologies (CCIT) at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas; the Director of the John M. Eisenberg Center for Clinical Decisions and Communication Sciences, the national center supported by AHRQ for translation of comparative effectiveness research findings produced by the Effective Healthcare Program into actionable products for dissemination and use by clinicians, consumers, and policymakers to support decision-making; and the Senior Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Education at Baylor College of Medicine.

    Dr. Fordis’ interests focus on applying information and mobile technologies to healthcare provider and patient learning, decision making, and behavioral change; clinical decision support; quality improvement; and development and use of resources for faculty engaged in teaching. He is active in educational and technology efforts nationally serving or having served in President and leadership positions for the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education; Chair of the Tri-group Society for the Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions; Director of the Education Core of the AHRQ-funded Houston Center for Education and Research in Therapeutics; and/or committee and task force positions for the American Heart Association; the Association of American Medical Colleges; the Conjoint Committee for CME of the Council of Medical Specialty Societies; the IOM Planning Committee for the Learning Healthcare System in 2010 and Beyond; the Accreditation Review Committee for the Accreditation Council on Continuing Medical Education; and the MedBiquitous Consortium—the
    ANSI-accredited developer of information technology standards for healthcare education and competence assessment. He also serves and has served on the Texas Medical Center Library Board of Directors representing BCM, the Executive Committee, and in leadership positions.

    Dr. Fordis received his MD and clinical training at the University of California San Diego and research fellowship training at the NIH. He then served as an Expert in the National Cancer Institute before being appointed as Director, Office of Education at NIH. He was recruited to Baylor College of Medicine in 1997.

    Current Grants Include:
    U19 HS021107 Hornbrook (PI) 09/30/2011 – 09/29/2016
    Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
    The Scientific Forum for the Centers for Education in Research and Therapeutics
    Role: Co-Investigator

    PP100090 Poplack (PI) 06/2010-12/2012
    Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT)
    Web-based Clinical Decision Support to Disseminate Individualized Screening Recommendations for Survivors of Pediatric Cancers Across Texas.
    Role: Co-Investigator

    AHRQ-08-10015C Fordis (PI) 09/26/09 – 09/25/2012
    Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
    The John M. Eisenberg Clinical Decisions and Communication Sciences Center ARRA Expansion
    Role: PI

    AHRQ-08-10015 Fordis (PI) 09/26/08 – 09/25/2013
    Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
    The John M. Eisenberg Clinical Decisions and Communication Sciences Center.
    Role: PI


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    1. Morrow RW, Tattelman E, Purcell JM, King J, Fordis M. Academic Peer Detailing-The Preparation and Experience of Detailers Involved in a Project to Disseminate a Comparative Effectiveness Module. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2016; 36(2):123-6. PMID: 27262156.
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    2. Fordis M, King JE, Bonaduce de Nigris F, Morrow R, Baron RB, Kues JR, Norton JC, Kessler H, Mazmanian PE, Colburn L. Dissemination of Evidence From Systematic Reviews Through Academic CME Providers: A Feasibility Study. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2016; 36(2):104-12. PMID: 27262153.
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    3. Ozanne EM, Schneider KH, Soeteman D, Stout N, Schrag D, Fordis M, Punglia RS. onlineDeCISion.org: a web-based decision aid for DCIS treatment. Breast Cancer Res Treat. 2015 Nov; 154(1):181-90. PMID: 26475704.
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    4. Lopez KN, Karlsten M, Bonaduce De Nigris F, King J, Salciccioli K, Jiang A, Marelli A, Kovacs AH, Fordis M, Thompson D. Understanding Age-based Transition Needs: Perspectives from Adolescents and Adults with Congenital Heart Disease. Congenit Heart Dis. 2015 Jul 14. PMID: 26171927.
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    5. Poplack DG, Fordis M, Landier W, Bhatia S, Hudson MM, Horowitz ME. Childhood cancer survivor care: development of the Passport for Care. Nat Rev Clin Oncol. 2014 Dec; 11(12):740-50. PMID: 25348788.
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    6. McMullen CK, Safford MM, Bosworth HB, Phansalkar S, Leong A, Fagan MB, Trontell A, Rumptz M, Vandermeer ML. Patient-centered priorities for improving medication management and adherence. Patient Educ Couns. 2015 Jan; 98(1):102-10. PMID: 25448313.
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    7. Volk RJ, Street R, Smith Q, Fordis M. Supporting informed decision making when clinical evidence and conventional wisdom collide: papers developed from the Eisenberg Center Conference Series 2012. BMC Med Inform Decis Mak. 2013; 13 Suppl 3:S1. PMID: 24625302; PMCID: PMC4028851.
    8. Smith QW, Street RL, Volk RJ, Fordis M. Differing levels of clinical evidence: exploring communication challenges in shared decision making. Introduction. Med Care Res Rev. 2013 Feb; 70(1 Suppl):3S-13S. PMID: 23223330.
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    9. Diane Markesich, Aimee Roundtree, Thomas Workman, Ursula Braun, and Michael Fordis. “Non-surgical Treatments for Urinary Incontinence: A Review of the Research for Women.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2012.
    10. Emily White, Thomas Workman, Mark Kunik, and Michael Fordis. “Therapies for Treatment-Resistant Depression: A Review of the Research.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2012.
    11. Geetha Achanta, Amelia Smith, Thomas Workman, Sarah Michel, James Pool, and Michael Fordis. “Measuring Your Blood Pressure at Home: A Review of the Research for Adults.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2012.
    12. Andrea Humphries, Thomas Workman, Hani Jneid, and Michael Fordis. “Adjunctive Devices in PCI To Remove Thrombi or Protect Against Distal Embolization in Patients With ACS.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2012.
    13. Geetha Achanta, Amelia Smith, Thomas Workman, Ronald Young, and Michael Fordis. “Effectiveness of Treatments for Noncyclic Chronic Pelvic Pain in Adult Women.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2012.
    14. Thomas Workman and Michael Fordis. “Mitigating the Effects of Low Health Literacy: A Brief of the Research Evidence for Health Communicators & Educators.” A Summary for Practitioners. AHRQ. 2012.
    15. Geetha Achanta, Amelia Smith, Thomas Workman, Ronald Young, and Michael Fordis. “Treating Chronic Pelvic Pain: A Review of the Research for Women.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2012.
    16. Geetha Achanta, Amelia Smith, Thomas Workman, Sarah Michel, James Pool, and Michael Fordis. “Effectiveness of Self-Measured Blood Pressure Monitoring in Adults With Hypertension.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2012.
    17. Emily White, Thomas Workman, Mark Kunik, and Michael Fordis. “Nonpharmacologic Interventions for Treatment-Resistant Depression in Adults.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2012.
    18. Emily White, Amelia Smith, Thomas Workman, Adiaha Spinks-Franklin, and Michael Fordis. “Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adolescents.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2012.
    19. Diane Markesich, Thomas Workman, Ursula Braun, and Michael Fordis. “Non-surgical Treatments for Urinary Incontinence in Adult Women: Diagnosis and Comparitive Effectiveness.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2012.
    20. Emily White, Amelia Smith, Thomas Workman, Adiaha Spinks-Franklin, and Michael Fordis. “Treatment Options for ADHD in Children and Teens: A Review of Research for Parents and Caregivers.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2012.
    21. Emily White, Amelia Smith, Thomas Workman, Diane Markesich, Morali Sharma, Robert Volk, and Michael Fordis. “Treatment To Prevent Osteoporotic Fractures: An Update.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2012.
    22. Emily White, Amelia Smith, Thomas Workman, Diane Markesich, Morali Sharma, Robert Volk, and Michael Fordis. “Reducing the Risk of Bone Fracture: A Review of the Research for Adults With Low Bone Density.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2012.
    23. Davis DA, Prescott J, Fordis CM, Greenberg SB, Dewey CM, Brigham T, Lieberman SA, Rockhold RW, Lieff SJ, Tenner TE. Rethinking CME: an imperative for academic medicine and faculty development. Acad Med. 2011 Apr; 86(4):468-73. PMID: 21346497.
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    24. Diane Markesich, Thomas Workman, Michael Heggeness, and Michael Fordis. “Managing Pain From a Broken Hip: A Guide for Adults and Their Caregivers.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2011.
    25. Andrea Humphries, Amelia Smith, Thomas Workman, Vijay Nambi, and Michael Fordis. “ACEIs, ARBs, or DRI for Adults With Hypertension.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2011.
    26. Sarah Michel, Kim Farina, Thomas Workman, and Michael Fordis. “Depression Following a Traumatic Brain Injury.” A Summary for Policymakers. AHRQ. 2011.
    27. Andrea Humphries, Thomas Workman, Thomas Giordano, and Michael Fordis. “Treating and Preventing C-diff Infections: A Review of the Research for Adults and Their Caregivers. A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2011.
    28. Emily White, Amelia Smith, Thomas Workman, Marcelo Vela, and Michael Fordis. “Treatment Options for GERD or Acid Reflux Disease: A Review of the Research for Adults.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2011.
    29. Diane Markesich, Thomas Workman, Chantele Singleton, Laura Petersen, Christopher Oermann, and Michael Fordis. “Use of Recombinant Human Growth Hormone for Pediatric Patients With Cyctic Fibrosis.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2011.
    30. Diane Markesich, Thomas Workman, Chantele Singleton, Laura Petersen, Christopher Oermann, and Michael Fordis. “Human Growth Hormone for Children With Cyctic Fibrosis: A Review of the Research for Parents and Caregivers.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2011.
    31. Diane Markesich, Thomas Workman, Michael Heggeness, and Michael Fordis. “Pain Management Interventions for Elderly Patients With Hip Fracture.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2011.
    32. Andrea Humphries, Amelia Smith, Thomas Workman, Vijay Nambi, and Michael Fordis. “Choosing Medicines for High Blood Pressure: A Review of the Research on ACEIs, ARBs, and DRIs.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2011.
    33. Robert Volk, Emily White, Bonnie Nelson, Douglas Alexander, Daniel Doyle, Diane Markesich, Thomas Workman, Angeles Lopez-Olivo, Michael Fordis, Scott Cantor, Maria Jibaja-Weiss, Michael Kallen, Richard L. Street, Viola B. Leal, Smita Saraykar, and Ali Zalpour. “Healthy Bones: A Decision Aid for Women After Menopause.” AHRQ. 2011.
    34. Emily White, Thomas Workman, Amir Sharafkhaneh, and Michael Fordis. “Treating Sleep Apnea: A Review of the Research for Adults.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2011.
    35. Robert J. Volk, Emily White, Thomas Workman, Deborah A. Kuban, Curtis A. Pettaway, Michael Fordis, Scott Cantor, Michael Kallen, Maria Jibaja-Weiss, Richard L. Street, Alli Zalpour, Zubin Segal. “Knowing Your Options: A Decision Aid for Men with Localized Prostate Cancer.” AHRQ. 2011.
    36. Emily White, Amelia Smith, Thomas Workman, Marcelo Vela, and Michael Fordis. “Managing Chronic Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2011.
    37. Andrea Humphries, Thomas Workman, Ashok Balasubramanyam, and Michael Fordis. “Comparing Medications for Adults With Type 2 Diabetes.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2011.
    38. Emily White, Thomas Workman, Amir Sharafkhaneh, and Michael Fordis. “Comparative Effectiveness of Diagnosis and Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Adults.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2011.
    39. Diane Markesich, Amelia Smith, Thomas Workman, Robert Warren, and Michael Fordis. “DMARDs for Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis: A Review of the Research for Parents and Caregivers.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2011.
    40. Andrea Humphries, Thomas Workman, Thomas Giordano, and Michael Fordis. “Clostridium difficile Infections: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention. A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2011.
    41. Thomas Workman and Michael Fordis. “Considering Low Health Literacy in the Development or Support of Patient & Consumer Information.” A Summary for Policymakers. AHRQ. 2011.
    42. Kim Farina, Thomas Workman, Carla Sharp, and Michael Fordis. "Comparative Effectiveness of Therapies for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2011.
    43. Sarah Michel, Kim Farina, Thomas Workman, and Michael Fordis. “Depression After Brain Injury: A Guide for Patients and Their Caregivers.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2011.
    44. Sarah Michel, Kim Farina, Thomas Workman, and Michael Fordis. “Depression After Traumatic Brain Injury.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2011.
    45. Fordis M, Street RL, Volk RJ, Smith Q. The prospects for Web 2.0 Technologies for Engagement, Communication, and Dissemination in the Era of Patient-Centered Outcomes Research: selected articles developed from the Eisenberg Conference Series 2010 Meeting. J Health Commun. 2011; 16 Suppl 1:3-9. PMID: 21843092.
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    46. Diane Markesich, Thomas Workman, Robert Warren, and Michael Fordis. “Disease-Modifying Antirheumatic Drugs in Children With Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2011.
    47. Andrea Humphries, Thomas Workman, Ashok Balasubramanyam, and Michael Fordis. “Medicines for Type 2 Diabetes: A Review of the Research for Adults.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2011.
    48. Kim Farina, Thomas Workman, Carla Sharp, and Michael Fordis. "Therapies for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Review of the Research for Parents and Caregivers.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2011.
    49. Street RL, Volk RJ, Fordis M. Papers from the 2009 Eisenberg Conference: Translating information into action: improving quality of care through interactive media. Med Decis Making. 2010 Nov-Dec; 30(6):694-5. PMID: 21183755.
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    50. Andrea Humphries, Thomas Workman, Chantele Singleton, Laura Petersen, Martha Pritchett Mims, and Michael Fordis. "Utilization and Clinical Data on In-Hospital Off-Label Uses of Recombinant Factor VIIa.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2010.
    51. Andrea Humphries, Thomas Workman, Chantele Singleton, Laura Petersen, Salim Virani, and Michael Fordis. “Understanding Radiotherapy for Head and Neck Cancer: A Guide for Adults and Their Caregiver.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2010.
    52. Andrea Humphries, Thomas Workman, Chantele Singleto, Laura Petersen, Salim Virani, and Michael Fordis. “ACE Inhibitors” and “ARBs” to Protect Your Heart?” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2010.
    53. Andrea Humphries, Thomas Workman, Chantele Singleton, Laura Petersen, Charles Reitman, and Michael Fordis. “Treatment Options for Rotator Cuff Tears: A Guide for Adults.” A Summary for Consumers. AHRQ. 2010.
    54. Andrea Humphries, Thomas Workman, Chantele Singleton, Laura Petersen, Salim Virani, and Michael Fordis. “Comparative Effectiveness of Interventions for Rotator Cuff Tears in Adults.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2010.
    55. Andrea Humphries, Thomas Workman, Chantele Singleton, Laura Petersen, Salim Virani, and Michael Fordis. “Adding ACEIs and/or ARBs to Standard Therapy for Stable Ischemic Heart Disease: Benefits and Harms.” A Summary for Clinicians. AHRQ. 2010.
    56. Kim Farina, Thomas Workman, Chantele Singleton, Laura Petersen, Anuja Jhingran, and Michael Fordis. “Comparative Effectiveness and Safety of Radiotherapy Treatments for Head and Neck Cancer.” A Summary for Cliniicans. AHRQ. 2010.
    57. Colburn L, Davis D, Fordis M, Kues J, Silver I, Umuhoza O. AM Last Page: continuing medical education--the 2008 survey of U.S. and Canadian medical schools. Acad Med. 2009 Aug; 84(8):1168. PMID: 19638789.
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    58. Horowitz ME, Fordis M, Krause S, McKellar J, Poplack DG. Passport for care: implementing the survivorship care plan. J Oncol Pract. 2009 May; 5(3):110-2. PMID: 20856747; PMCID: PMC2790686.
    59. Bhupatiraju RT, Hersh WR, Smothers V, Fordis M, Greene PS. The MERG Suite: Tools for discovering competencies and associated learning resources. Source Code Biol Med. 2008; 3:7. PMID: 18479525; PMCID: PMC2416363.
    60. Hudson MM, Landier W, Bhatia S, Oeffinger KC, Sklar C, Meadows A, Horowitz M, Poplack D, Fordis M, Constine LS. Medical Radiology. Radiation (and Medical) Biosurveillance Screening Survivors for Late Effects of Therapy Using the Children’s Oncology Group Long-Term Follow-Up Guidelines. 2008; 1-9.
    61. Fordis M, Alexander JD, McKellar J. Role of a database-driven web site in the immediate disaster response and recovery of Academic Health Center: the Katrina experience. Acad Med. 2007 Aug; 82(8):769-72. PMID: 17762251.
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    62. Poplack, DG, Fordis M, Horowitz ME, Landier W, Hudson, MM, Bhatia S, Oeffinger KC, Mertens AC, Smith QW. Implementing Cancer Survivorship Care Planning. The Passport For Care (PFC)--Improving the Lives of Childhood Cancer Survivors: Development of a Novel Internet Resource for Managing Long-term Health Risks. 2007; 206-241.
    63. Davis DA, Mazmanian PE, Fordis M, Van Harrison R, Thorpe KE, Perrier L. Accuracy of physician self-assessment compared with observed measures of competence: a systematic review. JAMA. 2006 Sep 6; 296(9):1094-102. PMID: 16954489.
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    64. Fordis M, King JE, Ballantyne CM, Jones PH, Schneider KH, Spann SJ, Greenberg SB, Greisinger AJ. Comparison of the instructional efficacy of Internet-based CME with live interactive CME workshops: a randomized controlled trial. JAMA. 2005 Sep 7; 294(9):1043-51. PMID: 16145024.
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    65. Scott LW, Balasubramanyam A, Kimball KT, Aherns AK, Fordis CM, Ballantyne CM. Long-term, randomized clinical trial of two diets in the metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Care. 2003 Aug; 26(8):2481-2. PMID: 12882894.
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    66. Fordis M. Scientists, societies, and science education. Clin Res. 1993 Apr; 41(2):165-78. PMID: 8477571.
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    67. Sakamoto K, Fordis CM, Corsico CD, Howard TH, Howard BH. Modulation of HeLa cell growth by transfected 7SL RNA and Alu gene sequences. J Biol Chem. 1991 Feb 15; 266(5):3031-8. PMID: 1704372.
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    68. Fordis CM, Helmly B, Novotny E, Holter W, Barker JL, Howard BH. Transient analysis for antiproliferative gene activity. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1990 Feb; 87(3):1169-73. PMID: 2300576; PMCID: PMC53432.
    69. Kane SE, Reinhard DH, Fordis CM, Pastan I, Gottesman MM. A new vector using the human multidrug resistance gene as a selectable marker enables overexpression of foreign genes in eukaryotic cells. Gene. 1989 Dec 14; 84(2):439-46. PMID: 2575560.
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    70. Holter W, Fordis CM, Howard BH. Efficient gene transfer by sequential treatment of mammalian cells with DEAE-dextran and deoxyribonucleic acid. Exp Cell Res. 1989 Oct; 184(2):546-51. PMID: 2478376.
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    71. Goldstein S, Fordis CM, Howard BH. Enhanced transfection efficiency and improved cell survival after electroporation of G2/M-synchronized cells and treatment with sodium butyrate. Nucleic Acids Res. 1989 May 25; 17(10):3959-71. PMID: 2786626; PMCID: PMC317872.
    72. Padmanabhan R, Corsico CD, Howard TH, Holter W, Fordis CM, Willingham M, Howard BH. Purification of transiently transfected cells by magnetic affinity cell sorting. Anal Biochem. 1988 May 1; 170(2):341-8. PMID: 2840002.
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    73. Fordis CM, Howard BH. Use of the CAT reporter gene for optimization of gene transfer into eukaryotic cells. Methods Enzymol. 1987; 151:382-97. PMID: 3323798.
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    74. Fordis CM, Nelson N, McCormick M, Padmanabhan R, Howard B, Schechter AN. The 5'-flanking sequences of human globin genes contribute to tissue specific expression. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1986 Jan 14; 134(1):128-33. PMID: 3456225.
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    75. Fordis CM, Nelson N, Dean A, Schechter AN, Anagnou NP, Nienhuis AW, McCormick M, Padmanabhan R, Howard BH. Trans-acting factors are responsible for the lack of beta-globin gene expression in K562 cells. Prog Clin Biol Res. 1985; 191:281-92. PMID: 2413474.
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    76. Dean A, Wu YJ, Ley T, Fordis CM, Schechter AN. Augmentation of hemoglobin synthesis by S-phase specific drugs in the K562 cell line. Prog Clin Biol Res. 1985; 191:205-16. PMID: 2413473.
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    77. Fordis CM, Anagnou NP, Dean A, Nienhuis AW, Schechter AN. A beta-globin gene, inactive in the K562 leukemic cell, functions normally in a heterologous expression system. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1984 Jul; 81(14):4485-9. PMID: 6205398; PMCID: PMC345615.
    78. Fordis CM, Megorden JS, Ropchak TG, Keiser HR. Absence of renin-like activity in rat aorta and microvessels. Hypertension. 1983 Sep-Oct; 5(5):635-41. PMID: 6352479.
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    79. Dean A, Ley TJ, Humphries RK, Fordis M, Schechter AN. Inducible transcription of five globin genes in K562 human leukemia cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1983 Sep; 80(18):5515-9. PMID: 6310580; PMCID: PMC384288.
    80. Dean A, Ley TJ, Humphries RK, Fordis CM, Schechter AN. Abundance and structure of globin mRNA in K562 human leukemia cells. Prog Clin Biol Res. 1983; 134:323-34. PMID: 6686681.
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    81. Jeste DV, Linnoila M, Fordis CM, Phelps BH, Wagner RL, Wyatt RJ. Enzyme studies in tardive dyskinesia. III. Noradrenergic hyperactivity in a subgroup of dyskinetic patients. J Clin Psychopharmacol. 1982 Oct; 2(5):318-20. PMID: 6752214.
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    82. Katzen B, Fordis M, Keiser H. Perspectives in Cardiovascular Research, Yamori Y, Lovenberg W, Freis ED (Ed.). Percutaneous angioplasty: A new nonsurgical treatment for renovascular hypertension. 1979; 4:459-466.
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